The votes are in – Readers’ Choice Awards results

More than 11,600 ballots cast for The Surrey-North Delta Leader's first annual survey.

Where can you fi nd the best butter chicken, yummiest latté or funkiest fashion?

The votes are in – readers of The Surrey-North Delta Leader have revealed what they like best about

Surrey and North Delta, in food, fitness, fun and more.

The first annual Readers’ Choice Awards honours the best these communities have

to offer, and the list is a long one.

More than 11,600 votes were cast in categories that ranged from best spa, to best tattoo/piercing shop, to best place to get a cheap drink.

Hopefully you’ll recognize some old favourites and discover some new places you’ll want to patronize.

Our sincerest thanks to all those who took the time to participate in The Leader’s reader survey. This is a great place to live, work and play – so get out there and enjoy!

Surrey North Delta Leader

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